The Board of Trustees' University Affairs Committee assembled on Wednesday, and here’s what went down:
First-year Sam Gomez Olvera remembers seeing the fear in his father’s eyes.
After more than two hours of protest, those still present at Silent Sam took a seat — sitting cross-legged just feet behind a metal fence and a line of police equipped in riot gear.
On Saturday, Campus Y banners hung in response to Charlottesville were taken down by the University, citing violation of building codes.
Following the attack in Charlottesville, the Chapel Hill Police Department is using experience from other communities and past events to prepare for potential conflict.
Arts professor Elin O’Hara Slavick and students from her ARTS 300 class used collaborative art to write letters to the North Carolina General Assembly, allowing anyone who passed by their table to write a message.
Sophomore Joe Nail and senior Logan Gin are working together to launch an adaptive sports program.
The UNC Greek community came together Wednesday night to raise awareness about sexual assault through their event “It’s On Us.”
The Daily Tar Heel's lawsuit against UNC remains unresolved after a hearing in Wake County Thursday.